NASA Holds News Conference with Station Crew Members


NASA Holds News Conference with Station Crew Members

HOUSTON — Three of a 6 organisation members vital aboard a International Space Station will take questions from reporters during a news discussion on Wednesday, Apr 11, during 9:15 a.m. CDT. The discussion will atmosphere live on NASA Television and will be streamed on a agency’s website.

The news discussion will couple adult reporters with NASA Expedition 30 Commander Dan Burbank and Flight Engineers Don Pettit and European Space Agency wanderer Andre Kuipers.

The organisation members will plead investigate they are conducting, a innumerable of load smoothness vehicles visiting a hire — including SpaceX Dragon, a initial American blurb car — and a lapse of Burbank and cosmonauts Anton Shkaplerov and Anatoly Ivanishin in their Soyuz booster after this month.

Media can ask questions from NASA’s Johnson Space Center or by telephone. To attend in a news discussion in person, U.S. reporters contingency call a Johnson Space Center newsroom by 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Apr 10. To attend in a lecture by phone, member from accredited media organizations contingency call a Johnson newsroom 15 mins before a start of a discussion during 281-483-5111. Journalists participating in chairman will be given priority; phone questions will be taken as time permits.

NASA also will embody questions from a open around amicable media by regulating a hashtag #askStation on Twitter.

The accurate time of a news discussion is theme to change. For NASA TV streaming video, report and downlink information, visit:

For some-more information about a International Space Station and the crew, visit:

To follow Twitter updates from Burbank, Pettit and Kuipers, visit: 

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